Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Help The Needy

http://freerice.com is a Non-profit website, which is owned by http://www.wfp.org. It was founded in October 2007 by Mr.John Breen and donated to the UN World Food Programme.

It has two goals.

1) It provides education (knowledge) to everyone for free.
2) It tries to end world hunger (The World’s greatest solvable problem) by
providing rice to hungry people for free.

Do you want to help someone? This is the right moment. Now you are going to help someone in a few seconds. Here you no need to do anything. Just learn new vocabulary that is useful and interesting for you. That’s it.

But How?

It’s very simple. You have to play the vocabulary game. Choose the right option from the words given. If you are wrong, you get an easy question to play (The same question can be repeated a few turns later to give you a second chance to try). If you are correct, the site donates 10 grains (1 Gram= 48 grains) of rice through http://www.wfp.org (Which aims to reach more than 90 million people with food assistance in more than 73 countries i.e. http://www.wfp.org/countries ) in order to help end hunger. Then you are given another question to play, which is a little more harder than the previous. It has levels to play from beginners to scholarly professors. You can play as long as you wish to donate. You can start right now without any sign up process. But you can track your totals, join & create groups by joining this site. Choose your own available subject at http://freerice.com/category and proceed.

Online game to end hunger

It has a policy of purchasing the rice from the respective countries to which the rice is allocated. It clears one thing that they are not only saving the cost of transporting the rice, more importantly they are also supporting the local economy.

You no need to worry about the hikes of rice prices due to inflation. Because you are donating the rice, not the money. So always the time you spent on this site has the same value inspite of world economy or inflation.

When you enter a correct answer, you can find the sponsor’s banners on the bottom of your screen, by whom the rice is paid for. Sponsors make all payments to the http://www.wfp.org directly. If you would like to sponsor http://freerice.com, please email at freerice.rep@wfp.org .

Learn more at http://www.poverty.com/more.html .

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